I am Alabama’s Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP). I began my career as a prosecutor in 2002 with the Montgomery County District Attorney’s office. While serving as Deputy District Attorney, I handled various types of cases from traffic offenses to homicides. In 2006, I accepted the TSRP position with the Alabama District Attorneys Association and I have maintained that position since the program’s inception.
As TSRP, I develop training courses to address the needs of prosecutors, law enforcement and other traffic safety professionals. These courses tackle cutting edge issues and are often free and open to prosecutors and law enforcement. In addition, I regularly respond to technical assistant requests from the traffic safety community. Having answered thousands of technical assistance questions and trained countless prosecutors, law enforcement officers, judges and advocates, I am acutely aware of the emerging problems surrounding impaired driving.
The complexities surrounding this area of the law seem endless and new defense strategies are constantly emerging. To address these challenges, I remain as excited today as I was when this program began.
I look forward to continuing the essential work that we have begun and welcome your ideas, questions, and concerns.